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Primary Health Care

Primary Health Care is about staying healthy, preventing illness and injury, managing chronic conditions, treating acute medical illness, promoting healthier living and accessing the best health provider for the job.

 

Primary Health Care Clinics in Sun Country Health Region

1.  Carlyle Primary Health Care Clinic
Telephone: 306-453-6795
 

2.  Coronach Primary Health Care Clinic 

Telephone: 306-267-2200
  

3.  Lampman Primary Health Care Clinic
Telephone:  Lampman: 306-487-2562
  

4.  Kipling Medical Clinic 

Telephone: 306-736-2559
  

5.   Maryfield Primary Health Care Clinic 

Telephone: 306-646-2113
  

6.  Rural West Primary Health Care Clinic 

Telephone: Radville 306-869-3111 

Bengough: 306-268-2222
 

7. Weyburn/Midale/Fillmore Primary Health Clinic 

Telephone: Weyburn: 306-842-8790 

Midale: 306-458-2300 

             

  

Sun Country Health Region is strengthening our commitment to Primary Health.


What is Primary Health Care?


Primary Health Care is a model of health service delivery. Much of health services to date have focused on provision of medical services - services to treat acute illness after it occurs. This is often referred to as primary care or curative care. It is a philosophy and approach in which a team of health professionals provide everyday health services focused on working with patients, clients, families and communities.


Primary Health Care builds on primary care by focusing the delivery of service to include a holistic approach, a continuum of services, a range of health providers, the involvement of the public and recognition that health is influenced by many factors.


 What does this mean to you? Let's break it down:


Holistic approach: respecting the whole person by recognizing the relationship between physical, mental, social, and spiritual well-being.


Continuum of services: Primary Health Care includes preventative, promotive, curative, supportive and rehabilitation services. So it involves the entire spectrum of health services and basic health programs: home care, public health, mental health, addiction and drug abuse services, primary medical care, long term care, emergency services, end of life care, laboratory and X-ray services, therapy services.


 Range of health providers: Interdisciplinary Teams of health care providers have a long history of working together to deliver quality care. More and more, these Teams are moving into a model which is based on a greater degree of inter-professional collaboration thus allowing a more optimal use of the team members by ensuring coordinated, comprehensive care that is provided by the "right care provider at the right time".


There is growing evidence that this interdisciplinary collaborative model of care can produce better health outcomes and improved over-all system efficiency.


Involvement of the public: Community participation is essential in identifying the broader health needs of each community. It is also essential in the planning of services that are responsive to those needs. In addition, Primary Health Care works to strengthen linkages with agencies and organizations that directly impact the determinants of health - agencies such as social services, learning, recreational facilities and groups, police, municipal government and others.


Health is influenced by many factors: Your health and that of your community is affected by many factors besides provision of health services. In fact, health services really play a minor part in how healthy a community or it's members are. These other factors are referred to as the "Determinants of Health" which includes your income, employment, education, housing, genetics, environment and social support systems.


What are the benefits of primary health care?


This primary health care model is based on the premise that health professionals, together with clients and communities, work to provide the integrated and accessible health care services.


Some of the most immediate benefits of strengthening primary health care include:


  • increased access to primary health care resources and essential services
  • interdisciplinary approaches to care and better use of highly qualified health professionals
  • health care that emphasizes health promotion, disease prevention and the ongoing management of chronic diseases; expanded access to essential service, and improved integration with other health services, such as hospitals, home care and specialists.


Primary Health Care Teams work together to provide patient centered care.  The teams are interdisciplinary in order to meet the needs of patients, families and communities.  SCHR presently have 7 Primary Health Care Teams across the region:

 

Carlyle Primary Health Care Team

(Developed in 2007)

 

Vision

We envision healthy residents who have appropriate access to health care by the most appropriate provider in a timely manner.


 Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Location: 214 Main Street

Phone: 306-453-6795


 Our Primary Health Care Team includes representatives that link to the following programs and services available within our community:


Psychiatry
Hearing
COPD clinics
Spirometry
Vascular clinics
Diabetes clinics
Healthy Lifestyle Clinics
Lab services (limited)

 

Coronach Primary Health Care Team

(Developed in 2012)


 Vision

Coronach Primary Health Care Team is about engaging our community towards healthy living through a team approach by providing the right care at the right time.


  Hours of Operation:

Clinic hours: Monday & Thursdays 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

 Location: 240 5th Ave E

 Phone: 306-267-2200


 Our Primary Health Care Team includes representatives that link to the following programs and services available within our community:

 Diabetes clinics once monthly

Physio every 2nd Thursday

Public Health please call 1-306-267-5705

Mental Health every 2nd Tuesday

Lab Monday & Thursdays 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Dietitian once monthly

Occupational Therapy/Speech Language Therapy as necessary

 

Kipling Primary Health Care Team

(Developed in 2013)


Vision

In development


Hours of Operation:

Clinic hours: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Location: 200 4th Street S

Phone: 306-736-2559


Our Primary Health Care Team includes representatives that link to the following programs and services available within our community: 


Diabetes clinic

Teen Empowerment Group

Vascular Clinic

Dementia Care

Diabetes Clinic

Spirometry testing

 

Lampman Primary Health Care Team

(Developed in 2007)


Vision

In development


Hours of Operation:

Lampman: Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Location: 309 2nd Avenue

Phone:  Lampman: 306-487-2562


 Our Primary Health Care Team includes representatives that link to the following programs and services available within our community:


 Chronic Kidney Disease

Pap clinics

COPD clinics

Spirometry

Vascular clinics

Diabetes clinics

 

Maryfield Primary Health Care Team

(Developed in 2007)


Vision

In development


Hours of Operation:

Clinic Hours  Monday 9 a.m. –  5 p.m.

Tuesday 1 p.m. –  5 p.m.

Wednesday 9 a.m. –  1 p.m.

Thursday 9 a.m. –  1 p.m.

Friday 1 p.m. –  5 p.m.

Location: 233 Main Street

Phone: 306-646-2133


 Our Primary Health Care Team includes representatives that link to the following programs and services available within our community:


Counselling

Holistic Health Team (to improve the lives of residents of the community)

Lab Services (limited)

Child Health clinics

Pharmacy Services (dispensing and delivering)

Diabetes clinics

COPD clinics

Spirometry testing

 

Rural West Primary Health Care Team

Radville, Pangman, Bengough

(Developed in 2010)


Vision

Quality client focused health care in an accessible and timely manner by a coordinated inter-disciplinary team tailored to the patient’s needs.


Hours of Operation:

Clinic hours:

Radville: Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Bengough: Monday to wednesday :9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Location:

 Bengough 400 2nd Street S

Radville 840 Conrad Street S0C 2G0

Phone: 306-268-2222 (Bengough)   306-869-3111 (Radville)


 Our Primary Health Care Team includes representatives that link to the following programs and services available within our community:


COPD clinics

Diabetes clinics

Spirometry

Visiting dietitians

Primary Health Care pharmacists

Mental Health counseling

Addictions counseling

Therapy (Physiotherapy, Occupational)

Speech Language Therapy

Shared visits

Telehealth

 

Weyburn Primary Health Care Team

(Developed in 2014)


Vision

The Weyburn Primary Health Care Team aims to achieve timely access to innovative client care using a holistic approach with a focus on health promotion and collaborative care. We aim to support clients overall health by using team resources and effective communication.


Hours of Operation:

Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Midale: Mondays 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Thursdays 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Fillmore; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Tuesday of each month 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Location: Weyburn Suite 204, 117 3rd Street

Midale 206 South Street

Phone: Weyburn 306-842-8790

Midale 306-458-2300


Our Primary Health Care Team includes representatives that link to the following programs and services available within our community:


Chronic Kidney Disease

Pap clinics

COPD clinics

Spirometry

Vascular clinics

Diabetes clinics

Telehealth


 This clinic will work with the Weyburn Chronic Disease Teams and allied health professionals to provide collaborative, team-based care.

 


We want to make it easier for you to obtain services and manage your well-being. All patients are welcome. Our Primary Health Care teams strive to offer day of choice access to patients.  The clinics work to improve access and connectivity in primary health care, by providing new ways to delivering health care services that meet the specific needs of the community.  Our Primary Health Care clinics provide the provision of everyday Medical care such as: physicals, prenatal care, and disease and illness prevention.  The clinics will also offer immediate care services such as: episodic illness or injuries, minor injuries such as sprains, strains, and stitches.  in addition our clinics offer chronic disease management services aimed at promoting self-management of conditions such as Diabetes, COPD and Depression.


 We would like to hear from you. If you would like to know more about Primary Health Care or provide us with comments, please contact Primary Health at (306) 842-8722 or by email to PHCadmin@schr.sk.ca


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